Sam Sinclair Trio: Dan Cantone- Guitar Colin O'Malley-Guitar Jeremy Williams- Bass Brendan McAlinden- Drums Matt Rezetko- Percussion Patrick Keelan- Vibraphone featuring Brian Feldkamp (Raoul Duke) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: jazz, fusion, funk, improv, hot lava, bill frissel, john scofield, medeski, Raoul, Duke, kinetic,...
Estrenamos emisión en directo en Irola Irratia con muchas ganas! El programa está dedicado a cantantes y músicos que fallecieron durante la temporada pasada y a los que no habíamos podido rendir homenaje todavía. Entre ellos, imprescindibles de la música negra como Fontella Bass, Marva Whitney o Bobby Blue. Una horita de buen funk, soul, blues, rap, bossa, punk y reggae! Tracklist: 1.) MARVA WHITNEY, ALFRED ELLIS "In the middle" (It´s my thing) 2.) MARVA WHITNEY, "Things... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: blues, soul, funk, rap, soul, jazz, music, Funk, cultura, bilbao, Acid Jazz, cuba, rap, galicia,...
2014-04-04 Colorado Springs, Colorado. Recorded live. Trio with Josh Maxey, guitar, Paul Shaw, drums and Jared Andrews, bass. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: josh maxey, jazz, guitar, blues, paul shaw, jared andrews, live, improvisation, brooklyn, nyc,...
A crook comes up with the perfect con for a talented accountant who can't find work due to his embezzlement conviction that involves conning small businessmen. The first victim is a Pottery store owner without a head for business. Season 3, Episode 28 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Racket Squad, Classic TV
A professor is murdered in a science lab and suspicion falls on a zoologist. Herb seeks to clear him. Season 1, Episode 35 (1960) Of note this episode: Herb volunteers to be a College test subject for Lysergic Acid (precursor to LSD) and to have schizophrenia induced showing some early 60s thinking. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Lock Up
Reasonable-Quality copy of the DuMont Television Network closing logo. Taken from the end of a episode of "Captain Video". The DuMont Network lasted from 1946 to 1956, and it's archive was dumped into upper new york bay in the 70's. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: DuMont Television Network, DuMont Network, Du Mont Network, Closing Logo, ID, Ident, Public Domain
"Martin Kane, Private Eye" aired live on NBC from 1949 to 1954. Episode "Shoeshine Murder" from April 8, 1954, with Mark Stevens as "Martin Kane". ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's, NBC, Live Television, Kinescope, Martin Kane, 1954, Private Eye, Detective, Drama
Pam finds herself an early drafted daycare provider as a woman leaves her baby on the North's doorstep and tells them she'll be back later. Pam takes care of the baby, but he disappears. What follows is a delightful Runyanesque romp including a Private Eye, three guys in a bar, and a bookie. Season 1, Episode 27 (1953) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Mr. and Mrs. North
Bob Cranshaw the great Jazz bassist, recording artist, educator and Local 802 Jazz Consultant Executive Board Member here interviewed by Jon Hammond at the 2013 JEN Jazz Education Network Conference in Atlanta GA. Bob tells an incredible story about the recording date with Lee Morgan on the classic album The Sidewinder. Bob Cranshaw Wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Cranshaw special thanks to Mary Jo Papich, Rick Condit - Jazz Education Network http://www.HammondCast.com Bob Cranshaw... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Bob Cranshaw electric bass Lee Morgan Sidewinder Jazz Education Network Atlanta 2013 Jon Hammond
Springdale Quartet's debut album 'Noisefactory', recorded at their home studio of the same name by Brad Smalling of Evergroove Studio and mastered by Grammy-Winner David Glasser of Airshow Mastering. Released May 7, 2011. Enjoy! ( 1 reviews ) Topics: springdale, springdale quartet, boulder, funk, jazz, hammond
A recording of Radio Australia's Jazz Notes from 11.945 MHz shortwave. Recorded on 6 March 2013 at 1:30 UTC. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Radio Australia, Jazz Notes, Shortwave Recordings, Shortwave Jazz, SWLing.com, SWLing Post
One of the earliest reality TV series, but not the first (that was "Cash and Carry", 1946-1947). This is a highlights episode aired in 1953 (re-uploaded due to sync problems with previous upload). ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, Reality TV, Reality Television, Seto Kaiba does not approve, 1950s, 50s
A 1955 Aunt Jemima Buckwheat Pancakes commercial. Features a mix of stills and footage. Promotes the long-lasting popularity of the product. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Aunt Jemima, Buckwheat Pancakes, Pancakes, Commercial, 1955, Old, Not New, classic tv commercial
Gory, drivers education "shock" film from the makers of Signal-30. I transfered these movies from 16mm to video tape many moons ago using old technology so the quality is so-so. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Mutilated bodys, gory, bloody, brains, ohio state, drivers ed., , highway safety films
A few ads from the 1950s and 1960s,back when my father would go out of his way to patronize the station with 18 cent a gallon gasoline,instead of going to the closer one and paying 21 cents a gallon. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV Commercial, Sunoco, Gulf, Pure, Shell, Conoco, Sinclair, Bardahl, 1950, 1960
Skursky Jazz Trio River Street Jazz Cafe Plains, PA February 14, 2012 Dylan Skursky - Upright Bass Dirk Dekker - Guitar Jacob Cole - Drums At Show: 2 Schoeps MK21's (2ft in front of drum kit, between Dylan & Dirk)>Schoeps KCY 250/05I>Schoeps VST62iu>Grace Design Lunatec V3 1 Neumann KM150 (mic'ing guitar cabinet)>Allen & Heath GL2400 (Direct Out) 1 XLR direct line from Bass Rig>Allen & Heath GL2400 (Direct Out) 2 Schoeps MK4V's (8ft in front stage hung from ceiling... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: River Street Jazz Cafe
This is the second episode of the short-lived 1980's series "The Master" (aka Master Ninja). It stars Lee Van Cleef as an ageing Ninja who returns to the US from Japan to search for his missing daughter. Superstar ninja, Sho Kosugi appears as his nemesis and was fight choreographer/stunt arranger for the series. Uploaders Note: The Cinepack/divx file that I uploaded is the complete episode, the files IA derived from that (MP4 and Ogg video and the streaming version above) are blocky... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, The Master, Master Ninja, Lee van Cleef, Sho Kosugi, 1980's, action
The Apaches have been attacking every mail rider going through their territory. Jeffords decides the only way to stop them is to ask Cochise himself. Season 1, Episode 1 Aired: 9/25/1956 Original Commercials ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Classic TV
Jerry North's high school reunion turns into a nuclear stand-off with his ex-roommate, who has gone insane and is trying to save the world by setting off a nuclear device in the middle of a college basketball game. Season 2, Episode 4 (1954) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Mr. and Mrs. North
Lightajo 10-2-09 Fall Ball Music Festival Laws Hill, MS Source: AKG 420 > MBox > Mac One Set: 1. Intro 2. THREE > 3. Buster *& the Infinite Dogfood 4. Gaslight 5. Shpleefin’ 6. I’m a Genius 7. The Journey (Pt. 1) 8. Jelly 9. Reelin’ in the Years^ 10. Insigniamos > 11. THREE 12. Outro Notes: Fall Ball 8 ^ Steely Dan www.Lightajo.com ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Lightajo, Jam, Band, Funk, Umphreys, McGee, Grateful, Dead, Music, Rock, Pop, Religous, Jazz
Episode "Monster of space" which aired on March 19, 1955 and contains commercials for 'Kraft Caramels'. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Kinescope, Science fiction, Tom Corbett, Live TV, Frankie Thomas, 1950's, Fifties,...
Lee Bowman plays a detective who works undercover for a Motel Association in Miami Beach, Florida. In this episode, he seeks to solve the on-air murder of a disk jockey (played by a young Larry King) who refused to go along with a payola scheme. Air Date: January 23, 1961 (Episode 1) Quality of episode: not great, but watchable ( 2 reviews ) Topics: classic tv, Larry King, Rocky Graziano
1950's Jazz music: A Jazz version of "Singin' In the Rain" performed by Dorothy Collins (vocals) and The Raymond Scott Quintet. This aired April 16 1955 on NBC-TV. All rooty, this is hip man, you squares! Can ya dig it? ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties, Jazz, Dorothy Collins, Song, Songs,...
A Classic Sixties Commercial for "Camay Soap". Sorry for the abysmal sound quality. A very charming if unimportant commercial. Not "Great", but certaining enjoyable. This aired during a CBS-TV program during the 5th of September, 1960, and I've uploaded the complete telecast. Again, sorry for the abysmal sound quality. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 60s, 60's, 1960s, 1960's, Sixties, Classic Commercial, Classic Commercials,...
Kodachrome epic showing the manufacture and processing of dairy products, together with the American middle-class lifestyle they enrich. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Agriculture: Dairy industry, Food: Dairy industry, Occupations: Dairy industry
Wonderfully crisp Music Box and a snippet of the Big Issue audio of Marian Blythe from pool.org.au morphed into a remix of sorts... combined with confronting images from historical mental health footage from the Prelinger Archives - Symptoms in Schizophrenia (ca. 1940s) I recommend you follow the link to the original footage...and read the many comments that have been posted in response to it. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: prelinger mashups, prelinger, mashups, aged music, agedmusic, FiShHeaD, MarianBlythe, Mental...